Red Meat Updates is an annual conference that provides information and inspiration to the Tasmanian red meat industry. The program is developed by a producer-led working group, which ensures the event is relevant, of interest and valuable to sheep and cattle producers.
Red Meat Updates covers a range of production, business and supply chain topics under the themes of beef, sheep, dryland pasture and irrigated pasture. The conference was first held in 2013 and has continued to grow ever since. The event consistently attracts 300 people, with over 350 people attending in 2017 and tickets selling out in advance. Approximately 70% of conference attendees are sheep and cattle producers.
Please visit The Red Meat Updates website for more information on the 2018 conference.
PROFITABLE INTEGRATION OF cropping AND LIVESTOCK IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA
The top 20% of mixed farming producers in southern Australia are retaining almost 30% of turnover as net profit, while the remaining 80% of producers are retaining less than 10%.
Find out what the top performing producers doing differently to achieve this at a free, half day workshop:
12 April at The Church and Hall, Campbell Town
18 April at the Riverlands Centre, Longford.
For more information: Tas PICL Flyer
To register: click here or phone 03 6427 5300